Jeff Turner was raised in Custom House in the East End of London, with seven siblings to share a three-bedroom council house. When the Sex Pistols' "God Save the Queen" hit, his brother Mickey picked up a guitar and Jeff picked up a microphone, and together they stormed the music scene as the Cockney Rejects. The Rejects stood for being young, working class, and not taking anything from anyone, resulting in agression and violence being the main staple at their shows. However, the madness couldn't last forever, and as chaos at the gigs spiralled out of control, so did the band. Jeff was left dazed and penniless, and here tells his story.
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Jeff Turner was the lead singer of the Cockney Rejects, seminal punk outfit and is life-long fan of West Ham FC. Peter Gerrard is the legendary author of The Guv'nor - the No1 bestselling hardback biography of 1998. He has also worked with Reggie Kray and was the co-author on Ronnie Knights autobiography, Memoirs and Confessions.
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